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MJHL Power Rankings – Week 11

MJHL Power Rankings for November 24th

  • (28-1-1) (Last Week: 1st) – With twelve straight wins it’s no surprise the Portage Terriers are back on top the Power Rankings and the CJHL Top 20 this week. At the half way point of the season Portage is on track to finish with a record of 56-2-2.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Selkirk on Wednesday & @ Neepawa on Friday
     
  • (19-5-5) (Last Week: 3rd) – Cut Portage’s win streak in half and you have the Winkler Flyers who have been playing very well as of late. Winkler finds themselves 11th on the CJHL Top 20 this week.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Virden on Sunday
     
  • (16-7-2) (Last Week: 4th) – Winners of three of their last four, the Steinbach Pistons are catching fire at the right time. They’re just one game into a three game home stand. This week the Pistons are on the CJHL Top 20, they find themselves just inside the list at number 20. 
  • Schedule this week: vs. Virden on Friday & vs. Wayway on Saturday
     
  • (15-5-6) (Last Week: 2nd) – With three straight losses under their belts it appears the Blues have hit a little bump in their otherwise strong season. They’ll try and bounce back at home this week. 
  • Schedule this week: vs. Neepawa on Thursday & vs. Virden on Saturday
     
  • (12-10-4) (Last Week: 5th) – The Virden Oil Capitals finally seem to be moving in the direction they thought they’d be going in at the start of the season. They’ve taken their last four games and are quietly moving up the standings. 
  • Schedule this week: @ Steinbach on Friday, @ Winnipeg on Saturday & @ Winkler on Sunday
     
  • (11-14-2) (Last Week: 9th) – A very good weekend for the Swan Valley Stampeders. In their three-in-three they took two contests on the road against Selkirk and Winnipeg. 
  • Schedule this week: vs. Wayway on Wednesday
     
  • (10-13-1) (Last Week: 7th) – A good start to the week for the Steelers, but not the greatest finish with two straight losses. Selkirk is in the midst of a stretch that sees them play seven of eight at home.
  • Schedule this week: @ Portage on Wednesday, vs. Dauphin on Saturday & vs. Wayway on Sunday
     
  • (9-14-4) (Last Week: 6th) – The Dauphin Kings enter this week with the MJHL’s second longest active losing streak at five games. They’ll look for some good home cooking over the next couple weeks; four of their next six are at Credit Union Place.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Neepawa on Tuesday & @ Selkirk on Saturday
     
  • (10-15-2) (Last Week: 8th) – Six straight losses for the OCN Blizzard heading into a quiet week. It won’t be slow for long though. In December the Blizzard play six of eight on the road.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Neepawa on Saturday
     
  • (8-16-2) (Last Week: 11th) – Just one game last week for the Wolverines, and they won it. They took out the OCN Blizzard 3-2 in OT to close out three straight on home ice.
  • Schedule this week: @ Swan Valley on Wednesday, @ Steinbach on Saturday & @ Selkirk on Sunday
     
  • (8-16-1) (Last Week: 10th) – Three losses in a row for Neepawa, but with a very busy schedule this week they’ll have multiple chances to get out of the slump. 
  • Schedule this week: @ Dauphin on Tuesday, @ Winnipeg on Thursday, vs. Portage on Friday & @ OCN on Saturday